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I would like to write and complete SCBCD exam in next 3 months. What are the best books, simulation softwares, exam prep kits i should read, work to pass the exam with high percentage of marks. Please advise
 
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for the books, software, kits the best place is SCBCD LINKS . please find the links at http://faq.javaranch.com/java/ScbcdLinks

also you can check SCBCD HALL OF FAME to find out people who have cleared and scored good in the certification and follow their footsteps. some of the storied which I recommend is of Piotr nowacki , frits walraven. other are also there.
 
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